§38-2-35. Decree of sale in suit to enforce lien; personal decree.
If the lien or liens be established in favor of any of the creditors whose claims are presented in the suit mentioned in the preceding section, the court shall order a sale of the property on which the liens are established, or so much thereof as may be sufficient to satisfy such claims, in like manner as in other suits in chancery, and the court may, in addition, give a personal decree in favor of such creditors for the amount of their claims against any party against whom they may be established, and such decree shall have the effect of, and be enforced as, other decrees for money.